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Speak the languages that power the web

With more high-paying web development jobs opening every day, people with coding and web/app building skills are having no problems finding employment. If you’re a would-be developer looking to gain the know-how to build the interfaces, databases, and other features that run modern websites, web apps, and mobile apps, look no further. Web Coding & Development All-in-One For Dummies is your go-to interpreter for speaking the languages that handle those tasks.

Get started with a refresher on the rules of coding before diving into the languages that build interfaces, add interactivity to the web, or store and deliver data to sites. When you’re ready, jump into guidance on how to put it all together to build a site or create an app.

  • Get the lowdown on coding basics
  • Review HTML and CSS
  • Make sense of JavaScript, jQuery, PHP, and MySQL
  • Create code for web and mobile apps

There’s a whole world of opportunity out there for developers―and this fast-track boot camp is here to help you acquire the skills you need to take your career to new heights!

Title Page……Page 5
Copyright Page……Page 6
Table of Contents……Page 9
Introduction……Page 25
About This Book……Page 26
“I have coded before!”……Page 27
Beyond the Book……Page 28
Book 1 Getting Ready to Code for the Web……Page 29
Chapter 1 How Web Coding and Development Work……Page 31
How the web works……Page 32
How the web works, take two……Page 35
Understanding the Front End: HTML and CSS……Page 36
Adding structure: HTML……Page 37
Adding style: CSS……Page 38
Understanding the Back End: PHP and MySQL……Page 39
Front end, meet back end: JavaScript……Page 40
Making your web coding life easier: jQuery……Page 41
How Dynamic Web Pages Work……Page 42
What Is a Mobile Web App?……Page 43
What’s the Difference between Web Coding and Web Development?……Page 44
Chapter 2 Setting Up Your Web Development Home……Page 45
Do You Need a Local Web Development Environment?……Page 46
Setting Up the XAMPP for Windows Development Environment……Page 47
Installing XAMPP for Windows……Page 48
Running the XAMPP for Windows Control Panel……Page 50
Accessing your local web server……Page 51
Installing XAMPP for OS X……Page 53
Running the XAMPP Application Manager……Page 54
Accessing your local web server……Page 55
Choosing Your Text Editor……Page 57
Chapter 3 Finding and Setting Up a Web Host……Page 59
Using your existing Internet provider……Page 60
A Buyer’s Guide to Web Hosting……Page 61
Finding a Web Host……Page 64
Finding Your Way around Your New Web Home……Page 65
Making your hard disk mirror your web home……Page 66
Uploading your site files……Page 68
Making changes to your web files……Page 69
Book 2 Coding the Front End, Part 1: HTML & CSS……Page 71
Chapter 1 Structuring the Page with HTML……Page 73
Getting the Hang of HTML……Page 74
Understanding Tag Attributes……Page 76
Learning the Fundamental Structure of an HTML5 Web Page……Page 77
Giving your page a title……Page 78
Adding some text……Page 80
Some Notes on Structure versus Style……Page 81
Emphasizing text……Page 82
Marking important text……Page 83
Adding headings……Page 84
Adding quotations……Page 85
Linking basics……Page 86
Anchors aweigh: Internal links……Page 87
Making your point with bulleted lists……Page 89
Numbered lists: Easy as one, two, three……Page 91
Inserting Special Characters……Page 92
Inserting Images……Page 93
The tag……Page 95
The tag……Page 96
The tag……Page 97
The tag……Page 98
The tag……Page 99
Handling non-semantic content with ……Page 100
Handling words and characters with ……Page 101
Chapter 2 Styling the Page with CSS……Page 103
Sheets: Collections of styles……Page 104
Getting the Hang of CSS Rules and Declarations……Page 105
Inserting inline styles……Page 107
Embedding an internal style sheet……Page 108
Linking to an external style sheet……Page 110
Setting the type size……Page 111
Getting comfy with CSS measurement units……Page 112
Applying a font family……Page 113
Styling links……Page 115
Indenting a paragraph’s first line……Page 116
Specifying a color……Page 117
Coloring the background……Page 118
Getting to Know the Web Page Family……Page 119
Using CSS Selectors……Page 120
The class selector……Page 121
The id selector……Page 122
The child selector……Page 123
Revisiting the Cascade……Page 124
Chapter 3 Sizing and Positioning Page Elements……Page 127
Learning about the CSS Box Model……Page 128
Styling Sizes……Page 129
Adding Padding……Page 131
Building Borders……Page 133
Making Margins……Page 134
Collapsing margins ahead!……Page 135
Getting a Grip on Page Flow……Page 137
Floating Elements……Page 139
Clearing your floats……Page 140
Collapsing containers ahead!……Page 141
Positioning Elements……Page 144
Using relative positioning……Page 145
Giving absolute positioning a whirl……Page 146
Trying out fixed positioning……Page 149
Chapter 4 Creating the Page Layout……Page 151
Laying Out Page Elements with Floats……Page 152
Laying Out Page Elements with Inline Blocks……Page 156
Making Flexible Layouts with Flexbox……Page 160
Setting up the flex container……Page 161
Aligning flex items along the primary axis……Page 163
Aligning flex items along the secondary axis……Page 164
Centering an element horizontally and vertically……Page 165
Laying out a navigation bar with flexbox……Page 167
Allowing flex items to grow……Page 168
Allowing flex items to shrink……Page 170
Laying out content columns with flexbox……Page 173
Flexbox browser support……Page 176
Shaping the Overall Page Layout with CSS Grid……Page 177
Specifying the grid rows and columns……Page 178
Creating grid gaps……Page 179
Assigning grid items to rows and columns……Page 181
Aligning grid items……Page 184
Laying out content columns with Grid……Page 185
Grid browser support……Page 187
Providing Fallbacks for Page Layouts……Page 188
Book 3 Coding the Front End, Part 2: JavaScript……Page 191
Chapter 1 An Overview of JavaScript……Page 193
JavaScript: Controlling the Machine……Page 194
What Is a Programming Language?……Page 195
Is JavaScript Hard to Learn?……Page 196
What Can You Do with JavaScript?……Page 197
What Can’t You Do with JavaScript?……Page 198
The tag……Page 199
Where do you put the tag?……Page 200
Example #1: Displaying a message to the user……Page 201
Example #2: Writing text to the page……Page 203
Adding Comments to Your Code……Page 204
Creating External JavaScript Files……Page 205
Chapter 2 Understanding Variables……Page 207
Declaring a variable……Page 208
Storing a value in a variable……Page 209
Using variables in statements……Page 210
Rules for naming variables……Page 211
Ideas for good variable names……Page 212
Working with numeric literals……Page 213
Working with string literals……Page 215
JavaScript Reserved Words……Page 217
JavaScript Keywords……Page 218
Understanding Expression Structure……Page 221
A quick look at the arithmetic operators……Page 223
Using the increment (++) operator……Page 224
Using the subtraction and negation (-) operators……Page 225
Using the division (/) operator……Page 226
Using the arithmetic assignment operators……Page 228
Building String Expressions……Page 229
Using the equal (==) operator……Page 232
Using the less than (

Product information

Publisher‏:‎For Dummies; 1st edition (May 15, 2018)
Language‏:‎English
Paperback‏:‎848 pages
ISBN-10‏:‎1119473926
ISBN-13‏:‎978-1119473923
Item Weight‏:‎2.38 pounds
Dimensions‏:‎7.4 x 1.5 x 9.3 inches
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